ex effect

we need a reminder that just because reyes is latino and a love interest if you DON’T flirt with him he literally does not make any advances onto ryder (or anyone else for that matter)

so let’s stop with the “he flirts with everything that moves” idea thats rooted in the spicy latino trope 

anonymous asked:

If you have time could you write an ace Tony fic? It would mean a lot as I am asexual and almost never get any representation anywhere and it tends to make me feel more lonely. :( Anyways, thank you in advance.

To be honest you had me at ‘ace Tony’, anon :) You really can’t expect me to resist that. Seriously, I adore writing ace characters (like half the main characters in my non-fanfic works are ace, just because I can).

Since you didn’t specify on anything regarding the plot I just went with a short scene from one of my many not-ready-to-be-posted headcanon ‘verses. I hope it works for you and that this ficlet will make you feel a little better! Also I turned it into a Valentine’s story because I keep seeing these cute Valentine’s cards on my dash.

[Set in a College AU following the tale of Player!Bucky and Asexual!Tony trying to make it work. Today’s edition: Valentine’s Day. Including slight misunderstandings, declarations of love affection, fluff, and Bucky’s potty mouth.]

‘You know I’m ace, right?’ isn’t the reaction Bucky’s been hoping for, but it’s also not a door slammed shut in his face, so he counts it as a win.

Tony squints suspiciously at the roses in Bucky’s arms—yellow and red ones because those are his favourite colours, and Bucky is nothing if not a huge sap, apparently—and Bucky has no doubt the flowers will end up cut open on a lab table, to be thoroughly tested for any unsavourily additions, before the day is over.

He probably shouldn’t smile fondly at the cruel fate lying in these poor flowers’ future. He definitely shouldn’t.

Damn it. Nat’s right, he’s got it bad.

“Unless ace stands for ‘allergic to roses’ I fail to see your point.” Bucky smiles and hopefully holds the bouquet out for Tony to take. Because continuing to cling to them like a toddler to a plushy might look a little silly.

Tony refuses to take them though, crosses his arms in front of his chest instead and scowls up at Bucky. Which is not adorable, that would just be ridiculous.

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Who the Companions would be from other games

Collaboration with @krogancourier :3 bit of an AU sort of thing 

Cait: Jack - Mass effect 

Curie: Leliana- Dragon age 

Codsworth: Claptrap - Borderlands 

Dogmeat: Riley- COD Ghosts 

Danse: Farkas- Skyrim 

Deacon: Johnny gat- Saints row 

Nick: Professor Layton - Professor Layton 

Hancock: Sheogorath- Oblivion/Skyrim 

Maccready: Dante- Devil may cry 

Preston: Navi- Zelda 

Piper: Merrill- dragon age 

Strong: Wrex- Mass effect 

X6-88: Adam Jensen- Deus ex 

Maxson: ulfric skyrim


仮面ライダーエグゼイド by Shin


[Colorful Concept Art Style]
[Edits made by me :)]

anonymous asked:

Well, shit. Not Alien!Anon, but now I wanna know what all those skeles will do if they break out of the underground and Alien anon's family comes in a spaceship to ask for their judgement of Earth/Earth's inhabitants, (would monsters and humans judgments be separate?) And possibly to give them a lift to their home planet for a report to their rulers (?) [Boy would Red's face be...Well, red. So would several others. Like, Surprise...?!]

( *Follow-up to the S/O is an alien ask )

*Okay, lemme give you guys a little set-up here.

The Barrier has been broken..  wait, scratch that.
The alien’s family is the one that breaks the barrier.  They track the S/O somehow (maybe the S/O did have tech or something, or maybe aliens can resonate SOULs?) and just BURST INTO THE MOUNTAIN.  Straight up, they’re barreling through the mountain and into the Underground (they like dramatic entrances), and they barely notice the shimmer of the barrier in the now-gaping hole above Snowdin.  Of course, aliens/humans can pass through the barrier, but it’s a one-way deal or else the alien S/O would have already waltzed out.

So, once the family has figured out what’s going on, they break the barrier.  This could happen a few different ways.  They either break it by utilizing something on their ship or use their combined weird alien powers (maybe several–or even just one?–alien SOULs are equal to a human + boss monster’s SOUL).    

Or they just sacrifice a human they had abducted along the way, and then BAM.  The monsters have seven human SOULs, and the barrier’s broken.  

Soooo, now the aliens want the S/O to cast their Judgement on Earth.  
Does the alien race enslave the humans/monsters and take over the planet?  And.. will the S/O go back to their family?  If so.. will the skelebro go with them?  

  • The S/O’s Judgement of Undertale– Monsters are wonderful, and the humans kind of suck, buuuut.. they made anime, so they can’t be all bad.  Earth is spared.  
  • The S/O decides to stay on Earth to be with their skelebro in both instances.


Sans is shitting himself with excitement the minute that spaceship crashes into Snowdin.  Is he dreaming?  Welp, looks like he wasn’t going crazy when he started believing the whole alien thing, and if he has finally lost his mind, there’s no getting it back.  He’s all about the technology, and his mind is rapid-firing questions and theories about how the spaceship works, but he’s too overwhelmed to voice any of them.  This dude can handle advanced quantum physics applications and is well-versed in astrophysics, but suddenly, he’s drawing a blank for any kind of intelligent response.  

“uh.. sorry, i got a little star-struck for a minute there.”  He winks.

On the Surface, Sans devotes his life to furthering (and accrediting) his degrees and makes quite a name for himself in the scientific community, thanks to his S/O’s knowledge.  Years later, the two travel through space for Sans to explore other worlds and meet their alien family.  Papyrus tags along, of course.  


Papyrus’s jaw is hanging wide open, and his eyelights have manifested to boggle in opposite directions.  He stays like that throughout the entire landing/crashing/alien meeting process, and it looks like he’s broken.  Of course, he believed his S/O when they claimed they were an alien, but seeing their family just crash into the Underground is quite shocking!  When he manages to pull himself together, Papyrus introduces loudly introduces himself.  "WHY HELLO!  YOU MUST BE S/O’S FAMILY!  WHY WEREN’T EXPECTING YOU TO COME VISIT OR I WOULD HAVE PREPARED FOR YOU MY MASTERPIECE ARTISAN SPAGHETTI FOR THE OCCASION!  INSTEAD, WE’LL JUST HAVE TO HAVE NORMAL SPAGHETTI, BUT LATER!“  He babbles on like that out of both nervousness and excitement for a while and spends the entire time he’s around them just trying to get to know them and make sure their stay is comfortable.  He offers for them to stay in his house, and Sans is beside himself.  While Papyrus cooks, his brother grills them and shares complex theories about space travel that Papyrus doesn’t understand, but he’s happy to see his brother so passionate about something.  It’s been a while…

On the Surface, Papyrus becomes the monster ambassador and takes these duties seriously, determined to bridge the gap between monsters and humans.  After all, he’s dating an alien and their family seemed to really like him, so why wouldn’t humans?  A few years later, the alien S/O asks Papyrus if he’d like to come with them to visit their family, and he excitedly agrees.  He’d love to travel through space!  It sounds even cooler than driving a sports car!  He only goes, however, if Sans agrees to go–and let’s face it, Sans is ALL OVER that opportunity.  

  • The S/O’s Judgement of Underfell– Monsters suck, humans suck.  Earth is doomed. 
  • The S/O decides to stay in Red’s scenario and leave in Edge’s.  



His expression is completely blank.  His eyelights are gone, his skull is covered in a cold sweat, and he can’t process what he’s seeing.  That’s a freaking spaceship.  You mean his ex wasn’t lying?  Everything he had waved off as insanity was true?  The whole alien thing had ultimately been what caused him to break up with them, but.. actually, seeing this doesn’t make him regret the decision.  If anything, he’s relieved that he doesn’t have to add aliens to his endless list of problems.  They’re not even going to look his way as long as he keeps his head down and gives his ex a wide berth.  I mean, it’s not like his ex is holding a grudge, right..?

HA!  When has he ever been that lucky?

On the Surface, the aliens wait for the murderous monsters to extract their revenge upon humanity, and then when both sides are weakened, they easily take control.  Papyrus blames Sans because he dated the alien instead of killing them, and “IF YOU COULD JUST KEEP IT IN YOUR PANTS, THIS NEVER WOULD HAVE HAPPENED!”  Their relationship becomes even more strained than it was before, and the brothers become involved in a rebellion.  Usually, Sans wouldn’t even care enough about his life to be pushed into that kind of cause, but it’s his only shot at repairing things with the boss.  

Everywhere he looks, however, it seems like he runs into his ex, who makes some kind of cryptic comment on what’s to come and gives him a vindictive smile.  


Well, he asked his S/O to prove it, and it looks like they finally did.  Edge opens and closes his jaw several times, and he’s struck speechless for once.  As soon as he witnesses them break the Barrier with that kind of ease, he realizes just how much power the aliens have, and even with his LOVE, he knows he’s no match.  So, he tries to play as nice as he can around them, which still involves lots of grumbling and scowling.  

On the inside, he’s panicking.  He can’t handle this.  Does this mean his S/O is super strong and he never knew it?  What else doesn’t he know about them?  He starts to freak out and becomes much quicker to rile up, but when he starts to argue.. he abruptly backs down.  If he pisses his S/O off, could they dust him with some sort of death ray gun?  Sans told him it was possible one night (though his brother also seemed interested in the scientific side of the aliens’ appearance and got caught a couple of times snooping around their ship), but Papyrus didn’t know if they really had those kind of weapons or not.  Regardless, it terrified him–and he didn’t like the feeling.  

The same scenario plays out where monsters murder humans and both sides weaken each other before the aliens take over.  The S/O isn’t interested in sticking around for the invasion, however, and now that their mission is over, they’d like to go home.  They invite Papyrus along, but he declines; he’d rather stick with the hell he knows than be the single monster among incredibly-strong and advanced aliens.  After the S/O leaves, both brothers still become involved in the rebellion. 

  • The S/O’s Judgement of Underswap–monsters are good, but humans suck for locking them Underground.
  • The S/O decides to leave Earth in Blueberry’s scenario and stay in Stretch’s.


WOWZERS, his S/O’s family has come to visit!  Sans has sparkly, star-shaped eyes, and he’s the first to greet them.  His S/O isn’t even around yet, but he’s telling them all about himself, that he’s currently dating one of them, and then launches into questions about what their favorite foods are, and oh–do they like tacos?  Do space tacos exist?  He babbles on until his S/O shows and takes over.  

The entire time, Stretch is there, looming behind Blueberry and staring with a really tight, frightening grin on his face.  If these aliens so much as touch Blue, Stretch is going to let them have it.  Speaking of, Stretch takes the S/O aside to have a freak out over their intentions with his brother.

When the barrier breaks, the aliens don’t take over Earth, but some would like to experience it.  So, they integrate themselves in with the monsters and help them fuse their society into the humans’– and even push for complete equality much faster (and with more success) than the monsters would have.  They’ve had experience fusing cultures.

The S/O needs to report back, and since Sans was already fascinated with space, they ask him to come.  He agrees instantly, but only if Papy will join them.  It goes without saying that Stretch wasn’t about to let Blueberry go into space without him, so although he doesn’t think it’s a great idea, he assents.    


Well, he didn’t believe his S/O, and now he wishes he had.  The lazy grin is wiped clean off his face, and the cigarette balanced between his teeth falls from his slack jaw.  His mind is blown.

“i really spaced out there, hun.”

He chuckles and lights up another cigarette, but his hands are lightly shaking.  He really doesn’t care if his S/O is an alien, but meeting their family that literally just crashed into the Underground like it was nothing is rather daunting.  And his S/O’s report could determine whether or not the planet gets invaded?  That’s so much responsibility, and he’s sure to pull his S/O aside and go straight into that spiel.  He feels on-edge the entire time they’re there, and worries about Blueberry accidentally offending them and getting hurt. His S/O is one thing, but this is an entirely new variable.  

Once they make it to the Surface, the same integration of aliens and monsters occurs.  Blueberry’s taken on the role of monster mascot, so he works with the ambassador (who’s actually an alien) frequently, and Stretch eases up his worries and stops hovering so much.  His S/O recognizes that he felt out of his element with the aliens initially, so they don’t ask Stretch to leave with them; instead, the S/O stays with him on Earth.  Years later, however, they do take Stretch and Blueberry both to their home planet for a visit.  

  • The S/O’s Judgement of Swapfell– monsters kinda suck and they can see why humans sealed them away, so humans are all right.
  • The S/O stays on Earth with their skelebro in both scenarios.


He’s absolutely shocked because he’s not shocked.  Sans has been talking for so long about how he KNEW ALL ALONG about the alien thing that he’s actually made himself believe that he knew it all along.  If anything, seeing the aliens now just makes him feel triumphant because HE WAS RIGHT! BUT OF COURSE; HE’S ALWAYS RIGHT!  HE’S THE MALEVOLENT BLACKBERRY, AFTER ALL!

“observant as ever, m'lord.”

And it probably doesn’t help that Papy’s always there to stroke his inflated ego.  Sans runs his big mouth to the aliens at first, but he’s a bit off-putting and tends to rub people the wrong way, so his S/O tries to keep control of the conversation.  

On the Surface, the aliens decide to conquer only the monsters and take over their society, though the rest plays out much like the Integration portion of Underswap, only with the aliens being a little more ruthless toward the monsters and making all the decisions.  There’s quite a bit of dusting in the early rebellions, and Blackberry is reigned-in from becoming the center of those rebellions only by his S/O.  The alien S/O stays because they don’t feel like Sans would go over well with other aliens if they went back home with him, and well.  Ultimately, with the aliens keeping a leash on the murderous impulses of the monsters, Surface life goes well.


Holy crap, he really didn’t believe his S/O, but well.. there’s the proof.  There’s aliens in their hell now.  Papyrus is sweating just a little, but he hides it behind a lazy smirk and lets his brother do all the talking about how he knew aliens were a real thing and saw this plot-twist coming a mile away.  He looks at his S/O in a new light, but it’s not one that bothers him; he really couldn’t care less if they were an alien, human, monster, or some weird hybrid mix.  

On the Surface, he mostly tries to keep his brother from getting killed, and because of that, he ends up fighting a lot more of Blackberry’s battles for him than he used to.  It pisses his brother off almost as much as getting told what to do pisses Sans off–which is exactly what these aliens are doing.  Blackberry accuses Papyrus of being at fault since he’s dating the alien, and the two brothers start actually arguing for once.  Blackberry winds up upset that Papyrus would talk back and things spiral.  Sans ends up smack-dab in the center of the rebellion, and it causes a rift in their relationship.  

The S/O discusses leaving Earth and going back to their home with Papyrus, but.. he would never leave his brother, especially not now.  Never like this.  Of course, Paps will understand if his S/O wants to leave without him, but.. they actually choose to stay.  After all, he stuck by them even when he didn’t believe them, so the S/O decides to try to smooth things over between the aliens and the monsters and becomes the ambassador.  
And yes, ultimately, Sans and Papy mend the rift.  The two brothers are too co-dependent on each other to be apart for that long.  

30 Day Outfit Drawing Challenge!


Starting May 8, 2017, I am opening my inbox to a 30 day drawing challenge! Please send me the following (if you want to participate):

  • Name of the Character(s) (& what video game/movie/tv show etc they’re from in case I’m not completely familiar with them)
  • Date/Outfit Choice (and any other details you’d like to be in the drawing) i.e. Day 5. Chloe Frazer, Gothic Fashion, emphasis on 80′s goth, please!

I will accept multiple requests for each day, but will likely cut it off after 4-5 drawings a day, because I don’t want to destroy my wrist.

Here is the list of Day/Prompts below. (

Fandoms I’m familiar with (but not limited to): Uncharted series, Mass Effect series, Borderlands, Dragon Age series, Hitman, Overwatch, The Adventure Zone, Dishonored 1 & 2, Deus Ex (HR & MD), Fallout 3 & 4.

As stated above, please feel free to ask for other characters in series/fandoms not listed!